Wednesday , 28 September 2016

What is the most searched Pokemon Go character in your state?

With just under 21 million daily users, Pokemon Go is officially the biggest mobile game in US history. With the masses trying to catch them all, people have been turning to Google to help locate specific Pokemon. The website Decluttr decided they’d dive into the numbers and see what states are searching for the most, with regard to specific Pokemon characters. Here are the results!

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Zapdos: New Mexico, Tennessee (Seen Above)

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Polygon: Colorado

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Dratini: Ohio

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Squirtle: California, Missouri

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Scyther: North Dakota

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Charizard: Arkansas, Maine

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Pikachu: Arizona, Hawaii, Delaware, Mississippi, Rhode Island, Kansas

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Eevee: Alaska, Illinois, Nevada, North Carolina, Texas

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Abra: New Hampshire, Georgia

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Aerodactyl: Pennsylvania

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Onix: Virginia

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Gyarados: Minnesota

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Gengar: Michigan

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Ditto: Alabama, South Dakota, New York, Maryland

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Mewteo: Florida

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Dragonite: Massachusetts

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Pinsir: Kentucky

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Blastoise: Wyoming

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Golem: Connecticut

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Growlithe: West Virginia

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Metapod: Wisconsin

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Persian: Vermont

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Moltres: Indiana, Washington

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Articuno: New Jersey

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Lapras: Oregon

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Vulpix: Oklahoma

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Charmander: Utah

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Staryu: South Carolina

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Mew: Idaho, Nebraska

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Bulbasaur: Montana

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